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of nurses and nurse for dictionaries to operate in our diabetes initiative with diabetes educators to do a spectacular job. i would make a pitch however for the doctor when someone walks into the office and says i hurt, i got a pain in my belly gourmet had that feel right, having gone to medical school, not only does that add a quality site, better experience with our physicians tend to utilize the expensive ancillary services somewhat less. >> that's been our experience, too. >> and just to follow up, i agree completely. by the same token everyday part is, there's not a status bar routine that is not diagnostic in nature. ongoing maintenance of uncomplicated diabetics and so forth to talk or staff to do. our nurses are way better at taking care of people with diabetes than i am. >> a real practical outcome of being able to organize that way is it's an important solution in my opinion to the primary care shortage because a busy primary care doc or, [inaudible] will be a lot to take care if a full panel of 22, 2300 patients depending on engagements and what not. if you organize yourself d
% of kids who are overweight. today that number exceeds 33%. of those onset diabetes is now showing up in children. high blood pressure is affect the children. fewer than 10% of kids received daily physical education. even fewer outdoors. that's a bond is breaking between the young and the natural world. this is not okay. it is not okay for democrats. it is not okay for republicans. it is not okay for america. whatever the headlines in washington and the american people one of thermal protection, there are conservation of land, water but you. conservation leadership both as can be to broaden and strengthen the nation's environmental conversations. i know i'm going to get up on conservation conversations and 10 during the morning. it's galvanizing ideas that fantasy i've intersection between environment, economy community. the leadership council cast a broad net for policy ideas to protect issues. ideas that use markets in partnerships and incentives. i guess it's safe onion address environmental issues. today we unveiled six papers that are taking environmental problems and solutions u
because the prices have become so low that they don't make and admitting to drug for diabetes and cardiovascular disease and the need for even greater in terms of units that can be sold. also in terms of prevention. we need to have an ambitious vision, but also we should not -- we need to be prepared for longer term. there is kind of a momentum dare, where we see a return of the investments of the past decade basically because these things don't happen overnight. >> i think i agree with peter. we need to be able to manage the response of the perspective of the long-term. but we need now is to change complete their way to do the innovation. the type of innovation we have today, it is impossible for me to believe that she will go to 15, 20 million people in africa if you have cd for machine everywhere. so the simplification, as i said in my letter to the partner, a red hill will simplify one pill a day and look up how we bring to help us to do no harm or groups to look up how we work together to simplify. if we don't simplify its not possible. they may give you an example. just
-health budgets we are able to make sure that we tackle some of the real problems like diabetes and other issues that will put pressures on our health service in the long run. >> thank you mr. speaker. which heard the houses heard the prime minister's looking forward to meeting people from national and international banks over the next few days. when will he visit a food tank? >> let me once again prays with with the food banks to in our country and let me point out to the honorable member that the use of food banks increased 10 times under the last labor government. >> will the prime minister join me in paying tribute to the athletes -- will the prime minister encourage people to register for other donations? >> i must certainly pay tribute to the many volunteers who made these games such as success and they did a fantastic job of hosting the games in these right to raise these issues. their tests missed the benefits of transportation i would encourage people to do as he says. >> young people with the most complex special needs face being without -- next year because of government cuts from
of that is raising co-pays for diabetics who take their medications. again, not one to take that on because i want to get to two points. we honestly undersized understand that what happens is the same principles are applied in market forces. this happens to be in schenectady, new york. it was the right, believe it or not, by the group calling doctors offices and calling the different providers of the services to see this gigantic variation in price or something as simple as a sore throat. a show that's because we know that we won't save the health care system in this way. you cannot put one of these and and show that kind of price difference. this is going to happen in the exchanges. obviously less of an issue in medicare. because of the administrative pricing. but once you get into the exchanges, people are going to want to know these prices. it is very difficult to get this information. there are still clauses that providers have and it is difficult for the private sector to get this data and put it together. you see a lot of innovation going on on companies that are trying to get this kind of i
politics aside on this issue. politics won't treat diabetes. extremism doesn't create jobs and intransigence will provide health care for those who can't afford it. [applause] [cheers and applause] under access help montana it's also doing other things. i also propose 25% the number of seats in the winter program which allow montana students to attend medical school with other students in the northwest. the programs been extremely successful in encouraging our montanans to come back to our cities and towns and rural communities and open up the practice. there hasn't been an increase in the number of slot for the program in over two decades. for that and other reasons, tonight i ask each and every member of the legislature to take the longer view, lead the way by focusing on health and welfare of our neighbors. let's work together to put montana's first and use hard-earned tax dollars wisely. [applause] if that's even view that will allow -- the same longer view that will help montana to lead america to energy independence. with responsible development of our coal, wind, oil
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